1. If soil moisture = 90 mm, precipitation = 700 mm & potential evapotranspiration (PET) =
850 mm, then evapotranspiration equals:
b. 790 mm
2. Subsurface water having a pressure higher than the atmospheric pressure is called:
American University of Beirut
Final Examinations Schedule
(Sorted by Date and Time)
Wednesday, June 03, 2009
Wednesday, June 03, 2009
Final Exam Spring 2008-09 by Date and Time
7. (1PTS) The dependent Variable is the performance measure of interest to the decision maker that is
influenced by other variables in the model, A=True, B=False.
8. (1PTS) The Independent Variable is a variable that influences (or plays a role in determi
Approving the Premarital Sex
The teacher presented a study done on students from. The study was done on both male
and female students from S and Islamic Ws.
The statistics of the study showed that male and femalre more approving for the
premarital sex tha
Watch out for Pyramids
Multi-level marketing systems, MLM, are businesses that operate in all 50 states of the
U.S. and in more than 100 countries. It takes names as affiliate marketing" or "home-based
business franchising". Yet, the pyramid
Managing Posts are Made of Rubber: Everyone Can Fit
Since the 1990s and on, women started to enter the work place.
Women started as maids, dishwashers, tailors and waitresses. These new
roles of women were due to a change in the familys way of life af
No. of items
Support for banana and persimmon: P( B & P) = 4/18 =
Confidence: P( B & P)= 4/6
Support for cherry and persimmon: P( C & P) = 3/18 =
Earths Future Environment
Vehicles, factories, power plants and many others are in the list of the newly called,
temporary aids, that we are using today to facilitate life. This new name signals that all of what
is on this list is going to be of the past.
a) Author Michael Gorman, title the sleep of reason, a Blog article 2007.
b) Summary: Gorman believed that the internet is a filthy place for all the nonsense,
expertise lacking, materials posted by everyone. Thus, the learning process
English is designed to provide rigorous training in advanced reading, critiquing, synthesis and
research skills. This course requires research, writing and discussion of a variety of issues across
the curriculum. Intensive reading in En
The first type of western stereotypes on Arab women is the perception of them being
either passive victims or terrorists. Firstly, Muslim women are perceived as passive victims of
patriarchy just because men in the Middle East have most of the rights of o
ID No.: .
Time: 2 hrs.
Part I: Multiple-choice questions (70%).
1. The study of earths regional climate is called:
a. pedology b. climatology
2. A fish lives in the:
Extra Assignment 2
Desired Consumption Expenditure
(a) When income is 500, desired consumption is _650_and desired saving is _-150_.
Calculation: desired saving: S= Y C
= 500 650 = -150
(b) When income is
1. Listen to the video and identify the claims of end-to-end tracking. How does RFID
increase revenue and reduce costs for the retailer?
High product availability
Less resources/costs for inventory management
Accurate stock and delivery
0) Once a firm acquires a competitive advantage, they are usually able to sustain the competitive
Page Ref: 9
Topic: Key Terms in Strategic Management
Objective: 1.07 Discuss how a firm may achieve sustained c
Title pagethe title of the paper, students name, instructors name, title and section of
course, and date
Outline pagethe thesis statement and a formal outline of the paper with headings of
parallel form and equivalent value
Content pagesdouble-spaced tex
126) List 10 major benefits of strategic management, as stated by Greenley.
Answer: There are 14 benefits stated by Greenley. Students are to list any 10 of the following: 1)
it allows for identification, prioritization and exploitation of opportunities;
13. (a) Using formula 3-12, we get, MR = $10 (1 - V2) = $5.
(b) Using formula 3-12, we get
$12 = $16 (1 -1/Ep),
$12 = $16 - $16/Ep
-$4 = -$16/Ep
(c) From Fig. 2-4 in the text, we see that a firm maximizes its total profits when it produces where
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF BEIRUT
Department of Geology
Textbook: PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY The Global Environment
Authors: de Blij, H.J., P.O. Muller, and R.S. Williams
Third Ed. (2004)
These notes are sum
Recitation 7 & 8 Chapter 5
This is a gas stoichiometry problem that requires knowledge of Avogadros law to solve.
Avogadros law states that the volume of a gas is directly proportional to the number of moles of
gas at constant temp
Recitation 9 Chapter 7
2p: n = 2, l = 1, ml = 1, 0, or 1
3s: n = 3, l = 0, ml = 0 (only allowed value)
5d: n = 5, l = 2, ml = 2, 1, 0, 1, or 2
An orbital in a subshell can have any of the allowed values of the magn
Recitation 6 Chapter 4
Recall that strong acids and strong bases are strong electrolytes. They are completely ionized in
solution. An ionic equation will show strong acids and strong bases in terms of their free ions. A
net ionic e
Use model to analyze problem
22. (4PTS) Put the following steps in the problem solving process in their proper order (e.g., AB-C-D-E).
A) Analyze the model
B) Formulate and implement a model
35. (2PTS) Is it possibly to determine by how much will profit increase if the capacity of
department 1 goes up by 4 units?
If yes, what is the increase?
36. (2PTS) Is it possibly to determine by how much will profit decrease if the capacity of